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CBS
Feb 6, 2013 11:00pm PST
out a neighbor of kevin collins had a sordid past. wayne jackson had a record that involved child molestation. he also had a black dog, just like the man kevin was last seen talking to. >> this case is a case that haunts the san francisco police department. >> reporter: now, 29 years later, police chief greg suhr is revealing for the first time that jackson is a person of interest in the case. but why wasn't he arrested back then? >> he was detained. he was interviewed. he allowed a consent search of the same house we just did a search warrant on. a photo spread was shown to the two witnesses that described the suspect. they weren't able to pick him out of the photo spread. >> they knew enough about his past. they dropped the ball on this guy. >> reporter: mark glass, an advocate for missing children, says the pd should have taken their person of interest more seriously. >> this is a guy who kidnapped and raped a small child on fisherman's wharf and then didn't appear for his court date. then when he finally was apprehended, he only spent six months in jail and then three months'
CBS
Feb 16, 2013 1:35am PST
pouring in, about a streak of light over the bay area tonight. kpix 5's david jackson saw it with his own eyes. he'll describe it in a minute. but first, christin ayers talked to astronomers tonight. christin? >> reporter: that's right. scientists tell me tonight that the streak they saw across the sky was like lie what's called a small sporadic meteor. that means it was not part of a larger meteor shower. report started coming in at 7:42 this evening. people calling in at kpix 5 to tell us they saw it. the american meteor society had at least 20 reports on it website. and they said it was seen all across the west coast, from seattle all the way down to big sur. lots of those reports pouring in all evening. astronomers are telling us these types of meteors are not all that uncommon, but the fact that the asteroid happened in russia simply has more people watching the skies tonight. and kpix 5 reporter david jackson joining us now. you saw it with your own eyes? >> reporter: i sure did, christin. it was mighty bright. i've seen plenty of meteors over the years and i don't recall se
CBS
Feb 18, 2013 11:00pm PST
someone's been shot. unfortunately the ambulance can't always get there in time. kpix 5's david jackson introduces us to two bay area women who are saving lives by teaching regular people to play paramedic. >> in oakland they are overworked and undermanned. both police and paramedics respond to shootings and 911 emergencies, but victims still often die, sometimes because police will not allow paramedics to enter a dangerous crime scene. that's why thomas and fill lips decided to create people's community medics and start saving lives in oakland themselves. >> as soon as we arrive at a situation, we just try to help people in the best way that we can. >> and people paramedics has worked well with the real paramedics. >> we have a good relationship with them. all we doing is adding a cushion in between the time that they get there. that's all. that's basically what we're doing. we're assisting them. >> the oakland police department is warly of citizens working at a crime scene but agrees that saving lives should come first and praises people's paramedics for training citizens to care and
CBS
Feb 27, 2013 11:00pm PST
cost him a piece of his ear. dave jackson continues our team coverage. >> reporter: jeremy goulet in a portland, oregon, courtroom in 2007, charged with invasion of privacy for photographing a young woman naked in a shower. >> it felt horrible. for a while, i couldn't go to the bathroom by myself. >> reporter: she screamed and her boyfriend fought with goulet, who twice fired an illegal handgun during the brawl and got the top of his left ear bitten off. it all ended in a two-year prison term, followed bid goulet heading south to berkeley, to this apartment house, where neighbors say he was both quiet and sly, unsettling enough that one couple considered moving away and tonight they want the whole criminal episode to go away. the former marine worked at this coffee shop. female employees say he was disturbing, even threatening, during his year behind the counter. one man said he knew goulet well and tried to calm his attitude toward women at work. he told me he was shocked to learn of the santa cruz killings but he had always feared that jeremy goulet could turn violent. in santa cru
CBS
Feb 27, 2013 1:35am PST
of watering down more than just the truth. david jackson is live at a bar in fairfield. david. >> liz, this is a little like being at the company's store. that's a bar right down the street from the bid riser brewery in narfield where they sfriktly maintain there's no watering down of any of their beer going on but it now may take a lawsuit to prove that true or false. >> the multimillion dollar lawsuit is over this tiny stamp. 5% alcohol by volume but a number of current and former budweiser plant workers say the beer has less that will since become bought out in belgium. a $5 million klass action lawsuit depends tell the truth oobt water lg down their bid. >> a number of them. i'll tell you that. and i will tell you it was jijs sho worked at a number of different plants. an hiezer bush has 13 brew ris throughout the united states and we have spoken with people at a number out of those places. >> tell a tail of comp rat greed, that the watering down is corporate policy. >> learn thad, in fact, there is a comp rat policy of bush of intentionally mislabeling and watering down t
CBS
Feb 13, 2013 11:00pm PST
david jackson is in big bear with their story and another man's close encounter. >> reporter: we're talking about a couple, jim and karen reynolds. they lived and had a condominium here. they had come into the condominium to clean it up because they use it as a rental unit. when they walked in the door they were confronted by christopher dorner. he had apparently been living inside their condominium for what appears to be a number of days. they took time to explain how terrifying their ordeal was. >> karen screamed and started running. he ran after her. he caught her by the door. >> on the staircase. and i didn't. >> and brought her back. he had plastic ties. he made us put our hands behind our back and he tied our hands. made us walk into the back bedroom. >> did you think he was going to kill you then? >> when he had me laying on the ground, yes, i really did. i thought he's changed his mind. >> reporter: and that was just the beginning of the ordeal yesterday that led to the death it appears of christopher dorner inside that cabin. it was a long day that followed what took place
CBS
Feb 26, 2013 1:35am PST
come down here. it is strictly a dress-down operation. live at drakes bay, david jackson, kpix 5. >> a lot of people cheering tonight. david, thank you for that. >>> right now, police are in a standoff with a man who has been barricaded inside an east oakland home for about seven hours. the bomb squad is also there. and cops told neighbors they were serving a search warrant. a girl who lives in the house told us police came in and handcuffed a number of people. >>> now, here's how bad oakland's crime problem has gotten. some people aren't even bothering to call the cops anymore. instead, they're trying to solve the problem themselves. kpix 5's christin ayers on the diy detectives. >> reporter: it's 7:00. and half a dozen neighbors in arcadia park are walking the street. never has it seemed more necessary than now. over the weekend, one home on this block was burglarized twice in 24 hours, once while this woman's nephew was inside. >> when the men tried to kick into his room. it was very frightening. >> reporter: surveillance cameras captured these images of three young men casing
CBS
Feb 13, 2013 1:35am PST
dorner's truck was found last week. david jackson is at the foot of the mountain tonight and joins us live. david. >>reporter: we've been told by police authorities that we still have to go with the information that we still don't know initially know who or who the dead body was inside that cabin in big bear. it's not confirmed by lapd sources, who will have the final say on there. we don't know how long it will take place to find out what went on. we know the cab sin still smolderring -- smouldering and hot. >>reporter: investigators say it's still too hot to go in. >> it's not safe for them. they believe there's live ammunition and it's still smouldering. >>reporter: a single shot was heard inside. a man believed to be dorner never came out. law enforcement swarmed the argue after a home invasion and car jacking by a man matching dorner's description. that is when the bullets started firing. carter evans found himself in the thick of it. two deputies were shot in the exchange. one of them died. dorner had been on run since last week, when he alledgedly shot and killed two people,
CBS
Feb 19, 2013 11:00pm PST
. david jackson explains why certain kind of booze are being banned. david. >>reporter: it will be running a bit dry, ken. that's right. if you look up and down street, you'll see that a lot of the bars and restaurants are open, even late on a weeknight like this. it has become quite a destination for people, even on weekend. the walnut creek department is saying there will be no new full bar liquor license issued for a year. >>reporter: walnut creek has pit its saturation point act coursing to police. they pour more alcohol than any city in california and that is too much for a police force of 65 officers. that's 15 less than the budget calls for. the moratorium is for the public safety, according to the police officers. hugo, who go one of the last lick come licenses issued by the city say there's no problem. >> we need that revenue. we need the people. we need the customers. we need that. we have to provide the customers what they're looking for. >>reporter: the city agrees that this place is not a problem. i sells gourmet food. right now door, the lounge used to be only a night
CBS
Feb 12, 2013 11:00pm PST
confirmation before they call off the alert. live near big bear, david jackson, k pix 5. >> a lot has gone nonthat neighborhood today. you mentioned the two deputies, one wounded one losing his life in that gun battle. are they letting any of the residents back in? we saw lines of cars all afternoon. is anyone being allowed back? >>reporter: they have, ken. at first they weren't. it's important for people to remember a lot of people live up there. they have a population between 8 and 10,000 people total. traffic was backed up for a time. the we're standing on one of the main rods. they have opened it up to residents. if the search goes on tomorrow, it may be tough if they have bystander in the area but that remains to be seen. >> david jackson sorting live. thank you davis. >>> a bizarre discovery has policed stumped. they found a woman's remains. it started with a man walking around town with a skull. >>reporter: it must have a site, a man walking around, even thoughing off his recent discovery. >> he was going everywhere, all over the place like i've got skull right here. >>reporter: in
CBS
Feb 24, 2013 11:00pm PST
you bundle tv and internet. rethink possible. certain. but as k-p-i-x 5's david jackson tells us, the drake's bay oyster company has one appeal left. >>> a battle for the oyster farm seems all but certain but the drake bay oyster company has all but one uphill battle left. >> reporter: a long battle outside of drakes bay in west marin. the government wants the oysters grown here to be removed and wilderness to return to the area. wilderness has been winning the battle in courts. the government wants the oyster company out by march 15th. out because the government believes the only oyster farm in california should be bulldozed back into that complete wilderness after 80 years in operation here. the oyster farm is owned by kevin lunny who's family and employees are set to lose everything. >> the type of wind down they have given us is a bankruptcy plan for our family, that is cheer, our people lose their jobs, they lose their homes, half of our staff that lives on the farm they are going to lose their homes, we lose one third of the state's oyster production that comes from drakes
CBS
Feb 12, 2013 1:35am PST
others. reporter david jackson asks, which way will the church go next? >> reporter: the next pope is expected to have a decidedly easier path ahead of him. the sex scandal came to light under pope john paul ii. they say now look for youth, a conservative vision and most likely, a european. >> the numbers are really stacked toward the europeans. unless there's some kind of inspirational moment where someone kind of just steps out of the pack -- by that i mean someone who speaks languages, knows the global world, it's a very difficult job description. >> reporter: but maybe not difficult for cardinal natural olay, a french canadian. >> there is a cardinal mark olay, who is now currently the head of the office of bishops in rome. so we could have a canadian. >> reporter: 119 cardinals will vote in the upcoming conclave to select the new pope, most of whom were appointed by pope benedict xvi and pope john paul. both, staunch conservatives, so expect a conservative voice to be chosen. something young catholics accept. >> i feel like moderate is probably fine. i'm a card-carrying liberal l
CBS
Feb 21, 2013 1:35am PST
. warriors mark jackson called tonight the biggest game of the season. by the way, they lost six games in a row. >> hosting the phoenix suns. here we go. blake thompson. bauble head night. 21 first half points. four threes in the game. warriors up 9 early. passing and catching. david lee. lee scores. 8 point halftime lead. 4th quarter. blocks one in. here come the ws. a three. warriors win it 108-98. the losing streak is over. gonzaga, stealing. 50 points. they win 85-42. they are 13-0 in the west coast conference. >> always a good problem to have when the a's new outfielder chris young needs to fight for playing time in spring training. trying to make a catch against the wall, the 7 year vet lines up behind two teammates, means he will have to get creative trying to find him playing time. >> he knows it will be difficult. he will have to play corner spots as well and dh. >> last year was tough. starting off as good as i did and not getting the strength back in my shoulder fast enough. >> i hold in my hand the wednesday top five. number five, wait a minute, a blizzard suspended w
CBS
Feb 15, 2013 11:00pm PST
? watch out! kpix 5's david jackson tell us us about a guy who attacks women just walking down the street. david? >> reporter: that's right. two women have been attacked and beaten here in the mission district. two very unusual attacks that have taken place a couple of weeks apart. and now the police department wants your help. both attacks happened in the heart of the mission district. both in the early morning hours. and in each case, the attackers methods were exactly the same. a lone woman walks toward the man and is then grabbed from behind. no robbery. no sexual attack. just a beating with fists. police believe the same man was responsible in both cases. victims describe this hooded suspect. and tonight, women say the streets of the mission are dangerous at times. >> i feel like, when there's not a lot of people around, people will search for people who are just walking alone. i try not to leave places late at night. i call for a lift or, you know, i walk out in the middle of the street instead of walking next to shadows and bushes, or i'll walk with friends. you know, i have
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